At Jubilee Hills Public School, Ganesh Chavithi was celebrated on August 22nd, 2020 with all fanfare, pleasure and piety across homes and families on the virtual platform. Fervent students across the sections right from Pre-Primary to the Senior School participated in the cultural programme as they combined their efforts to make it a thumping success, totally oblivious of the constraints of the pandemic. The students welcomed the Chief Guest, Sri A Murali Mukund, Honorable Chairman, Jubilee Hills Public School, for gracing the occasion.
The onset of the celebration was with an invocation, a beautiful Telugu prayer song to evoke the blessings of the Lord followed by the welcome speech. The Pre-primary children through an exceptional skit portrayed an excerpt from the legends of Lord Ganesha. And walked the Ramp as Bal Ganeshas, a treat to the eyes. The Primary and Secondary wings hailed Lord Ganesha in soulful recitation speeches and dances which bore cheer on the occasion of Lord Ganesha as omnipresent on earth.
The Chief Guest, Sri A Murali Mukund, Chairman, commended the ‘impeccable coordination’ and wonderful screen presence of all the participants. He said he felt ‘heightened pleasure to be celebrating Ganesh Chavithi with over 3000 members of the JHPS family’. He envisaged the JHPS family celebrations of all significantly important events to become more meaningful in days to come with the collaborative efforts of the Students, Teachers and Parents. He was most appreciative of the various Bal Ganeshas from different homes and shared his ardent desire to get back to normal school with the students.
The Academic Director, Ms. G. Sree Devi spoke on the significance of the festival and how Lord Ganesha amidst this festivity removes all obstacles, brings people together and teaches children to obey parents and elders as they know what is best for their child.
A prayer rendition on the violin brought the celebration programme to a close. But not so for, Parents took over not only to appreciate the programme but also commend the online classes which despite the unavoidable glitches and difficulties were praiseworthy. They seized this opportunity to thank the School Management for encouraging the students to perform on the online platform in various activities, thus ‘making life interesting and exciting for them’. Parents also thanked the school for ‘they could re-live their childhood through these celebrations their children participated in’
The programme ended on a high note leaving the participants and viewers with an unfathomable feeling of fulfillment for having been a part of the Ganesha Chavithi celebrations at JHPS-2020.
Posted on August 22, 2020
Independence Day celebration was rife with fervor and high spirits; from the online platform the students welcomed the Chief Guest, Sri. A Murali Mukund, Honorable Chairman, Jubilee Hills Public School. Sri. A Murali Mukund gracing the occasion, hoisted the virtual National flag accompanied with the ceremonial rendition of the National Anthem as the Students saluted the Tricolors to celebrate the 74th Independence Day 2020.
The Chief Guest, Sri A Murali Mukund, Honorable Chairman, Jubilee Hills Public School, in his speech appreciated the children’s efforts in creating their first virtual almost tangible ambience but intensely hoped it would be the last. He appreciated the children’s swift adaptation to online classes with the Teachers, focused to keep all the children ‘positively engaged’. He conveyed a message to the parents that engaging children with the curriculum was constructive, but syllabus completion and related aspects in the current situation were of no consequence. He emphasized on the long drawn struggle India has suffered to achieve freedom, celebrated till date, and of his strongly fortified confidence in the belief that this young generation will emerge as leaders, come to grips and lead the Nation to emerge amongst the top leading nations.
The cultural programme began with a prayer dance, a true expression of happiness and joy of freedom, along with various spectacular dances and patriotic songs. The tempo heightened with the skit, ’Lamhe Azadi Ke’, which conveyed valuable, introspective glimpses from the present scenario in the country. The programme concluded with the vote of thanks bringing the programme to a close.
Posted on August 15, 2020
The air was saturated with zest and zeal as exuberance hit its highest mark on 14 March, 2020, the students received an unimaginable golden opportunity through the ‘Robo Fest’. The ‘Robo Fest’ was organised by Jubilee Hills Public School. It was inaugurated by the Academic Director, Ms. Sree Devi.
The Chairman, Sri. A. Murali Mukund was absolutely delighted and was interested in garnering all the information from every student about the 25 projects exhibited. An array of Robots were displayed, indigenously invented and exclusively designed by the 55 young JHPians, facilitated by QTPi and ATL Tinkering Lab. Students exhibited more than 25 varied projects made of ‘Cubics’.
To name a few extremely interesting exhibits were the Basket Ball Counter, TT Buddy for a single player, KBC – Knowledge Building Centre, a 3D Maze Hunter, designing on ABC plastic using a 3D Printer…. The Fest was planned to coincide with the Annual Parent Teacher Meet, an impetus to the students’ elation to air their knowledge and information about the Robots they had designed, to the parents and peer group visitors, leaving them all wonderstruck about each robot.
The ‘Automatic Street Light’, comprised of automated dim to bright light adjustment and vice-versa. ‘Smart homes’, a futuristic home built to work on voice commands a delight to any user. The ‘Robo Fest’ was very instrumental in bringing out the technical and scientific potential of a student besides leaving an indelible learning curve.
Posted on August 1, 2020